Events & Competitions
TECHROVA Donation Events
Each year, TECHROVA raises money by teaching elementary and middle school students Science, Math, English, and Python. At the end of the academic year, TECHROVA holds an annual donation event where we distribute our funds to various non-profit organizations such as Buckner International, People for India (PFI), and Frisco Education Foundation. Our cause is to support underprivileged people through these donations. As such, these events are the most highly valued events here at TECHROVA.
TECHROVA Science Fair
The TECHROVA Science Fair is a competition in which elementary and middle school students are encouraged to come up with ideas or solutions to real world problems based on the numerous topics that they learn about throughout the school year. In doing so, the students are expected to follow a clear set of steps, known as the Scientific Method, to test their project ideas and finally come to a conclusion.
TECHROVA Public Speaking Contest
Communication and public speaking are essential skills that every successful leader must possess. Thus, here at Techrova, we annually host a public speaking contest in which elementary and middle school students can develop these important abilities at a young age and ultimately express themselves through any topic of their choosing.
TECHROVA Virtual Summer Events
COVID-19 has brought many unprecedented circumstances that have inhibited our ability to participate in many of the activities that are routine to us during the summer. However, the TECHROVA team believes that if our inner creativity is channeled in the right way during these unprecedented times, we will be able to bring out innovative ideas that have the potential to directly affect the world we live in. As a result, the TECHROVA team wanted to hold a variety of different virtual events this summer to give you an opportunity to channel your inner creativity into something impactful.
VT Seva Science Competition
TECHROVA partners with VT Seva to organize a competition for elementary and middle school students to test their science skills against other students through exams, games, and other activities. As a result, the students will get a grasp of the extent to which their peers study science, gauge their own level of understanding towards science, and even learn more science from the engagement they experience during this competition.